Protecting Yourself From FTDs

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Protecting Yourself From FTDs

You feel safe here right? Like this is a nice, happy place where you can come and not have to worry about being judged for who you are. I want to make sure that you do feel safe here before we really get down to the heart of the matter. I know it is a very sensitive subject, but I just want you to know you can tell me anything. I am not here to judge you or think differently of you, I’m just here to listen. You fell comfortable now? Good, let’s begin.

Yes, you have a FTD. It’s nothing to be ashamed about, believe me. I am just recovering from a pretty bad FTD myself. It is ok, don’t worry, we will get through it together. The first step? You have to say it out loud. Here, I’ll go first.

Hi. My name is Alison, and I have a Facebook Transmitted Disease.

There, not so hard eh? Now that we have admitted that we have a problem, just how do we get rid of it? Normally I’d say a full course of antibiotics would really knock it out, but in this case I think the problem runs a little deeper. Let’s discuss just what a Facebook Transmitted Disease is and the best way to kick it for good.

At first Facebook was this great, happy place of clean lines and harmony. No ads all over the place. No flashing banners. Uniform profile pages. You had a small faction of friends who were on Facebook and all was right with the world. Now? Now is a different story. Every Bob Smith on the planet wants to be your friend. In the beginning, you felt giddy every time you got a friend request and just hit accept like there was nothing to it. Here lies where you first caught your Facebook Transmitted Disease. It is ok. We are here to help. Follow along with us as we show you how to shed unwanted "friends" and rid your body of FTD’s once and for all.

Facebook Transmitted Disease (FTD) Screencast

Ahh. That feels good doesn’t it? Just say no to FTD’s!

(Love you Aaron! Sorry!)

Alison Groves is the User Evangelist for Raven Internet Marketing Tools. She helps make the things that make dreams take flight. She likes sports, yelling, and yelling at sports.

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